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RUSSIA and former Soviet Union Empire / Re: Vladimir Putin
« Last post by Outer Haven on Today at 12:36:35 PM »
What about George "nWo" Bush I being the boss of the CIA...?
I have always advocated fragmentation of Internet. Russians should not be allowed to access Internet in the West.
U w0t, m8? Last time I checked, Russia was in the East.
Off Topic / Faux Controversies / Whining Threads / Re: Catholicism
« Last post by Outer Haven on Today at 12:22:32 PM »
child-molesting priests
As the Dimond brothers said: if someone insists on persisting in (MORTAL) sin, they have most likely lost their faith -- assuming they ever had, in the first place.
So they're NOT Catholics!
Luther Strange, Newest Senator, Is Ex-Lobbyist Who Thrived in ‘Swamp’

Mr. Sessions, who was sworn in as attorney general on Thursday, was succeeded on the same day in the Senate by the attorney general of Alabama, Luther Strange, a former Washington lobbyist and onetime partner at a white-shoe Birmingham law firm with deep ties to the establishment wing of the Republican Party.

Records show AG candidate Luther Strange once lobbied for Deepwater Horizon owner

Strange, Republican candidate for attorney general, once lobbied for the owner of the Deepwater Horizon rig that exploded in the Gulf of Mexico, according to federal records.As a Washington, D.C., lobbyist in the 1980s and '90s, Alabama attorney general candidate Luther Strange represented oil industry clients including the owner of the Deepwater Horizon rig that exploded in the Gulf of Mexico, according to federal records.

Documents filed with the U.S. Senate and signed by Strange show that the Birmingham Republican was registered to represent Transocean Offshore Drilling Co. on matters related to offshore drilling in 1998.


Transocean's corporate roots are planted in Alabama. The company was born in 1973 as Sonat Offshore, a subsidiary of Sonat Inc., a Birmingham-based natural gas utility that was an Alabama economic powerhouse for much of the 20th century.

Strange was hired by Sonat in 1980 as a young lawyer straight out of Tulane University. He was promoted to head of the company's Washington office in 1985 and represented Sonat in Congress until 1994, when Strange left the company but continued to represent it as a contract lobbyist.
Brinson calls Strange “Mr. Corruption”  (Does Alabama want to send to DC yet another corrupt little boy or a real man who is honest? DC has to be changed one man at a time to replace the dishonest children.)

Brinson continued, “You all know the story.  There is every indication Strange’s appointment was part of a corrupt deal.  We know for a fact that Luther Strange stopped impeachment investigations by the Legislature into Robert Bentley’s misconduct not once but TWICE.  First in November 2016, when the election of President Trump made an opening in the US Senate likely, and again in January 2017 when Luther Strange was being interviewed by Governor Bentley for the now-open Senate seat.  Both times, Luther Strange said there was an ongoing investigation into the Governor’s actions by his office, and used this investigation by the Attorney General’s office as his justification for asking the Legislature to stop their inquiries. Then, by some amazing coincidence, just TWO WEEKS after Strange stopped the Legislature’s investigation for the second time, Bentley appointed him to the US Senate.”

Can Luther Strange wash away 'Bentley's cooties' before election?
Audio / Secret History of WW2
« Last post by Al Bundy on Today at 10:35:51 AM »
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